November Tech News

by Shepherd Moises

Wi-Fi Direct Gaining Momentum

Have you at any point asked why you want to make two Wi-Fi gadgets interface with your Wi-Fi switch to converse with one another? Wi-Fi Direct or as some refer to it as “Wi-Di,” has been attempting to make it more straightforward to go distributed for quite a while yet with little investment from the business. That could all change as certificate gets going that could prompt a wide range of opportunities for cooperation between two Wi-Fi-empowered gadgets. Remain tuned…

Shading Nook Announced

Recollect the old Nook with that shading LCD show under an e-Ink show? Well Barnes and Noble has declared unloading the E-Ink show in their new Nook that has a 7-inch shading touchscreen, LCD show and will sell for around $249. We surmise they brought to the table for something to rival the iPad yet we actually think there is a business opportunity for a “meticulously designed,” tablet that offers very lengthy battery duration and incredible outside view-capacity.

Sony’s Answer to Windows Phone 7 Xbox-Friendly Smartphones?

The most recent news is that the Windows Phone 7 will send off on November 8 in the United States. This is unadulterated hypothesis now, however with Microsoft going to begin delivering a Xbox cell phone, doesn’t a Sony PS telephone check out?

Motivation to Buy a GPS?

With more cell phones ready to give guides and turn-by-turn route, you need to ponder the requirement for a committed individual route gadget. Escort, who makes one of the main radar finders, has reported another gadget called the Passport iQ that fuses their exceptionally acclaimed Passport 9500ix radar and laser indicator into a GPS. It incorporates an information base of red light cameras and speed traps, and when mounted it on the windshield or dashboard, it resembles a GPS than a radar finder. You can purchase the Passport iQ for a MSRP of $649.99. A Bluetooth without hands adaptation is approaching.

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